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FREE Webinars: Hot topics at the ARRB International Conference

by Australian Road Research Board on March 27, 2018

Leading up to our upcoming conference we are gifting you with some FREE webinars to give you a sneak peek of what you might hear our presenters talking about at the conference.

The first in our conference taster series is from Dr Leslie Myers McCarthy, Associate Professor, Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Villanova University with her paper titled 'Implementation of warm mix asphalt in the US: Present and future.'

Leslie has over 15 years of experience in many aspects of transportation and construction engineering. She received her Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from University of Florida. She holds a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from University of Florida, and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.

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The second conference taster that we have for you is from ARRB's own Dr Tim Martin, Chief Technology Leader, Next Generation Asset Management.

His paper is entitled 'The benefits of long-term pavement performance (LTPP) research' and he will discuss potential changes to the road track cost allocation practice for determining Australia’s heavy vehicle road user charges.

Dr Martin has graduate and post graduate qualifications in Civil Engineering and a PhD in predicting network-level pavement deterioration from Monash University. Before joining ARRB in 1990, he spent some 17 years in the investigation, planning, design, contract management and economic evaluation of major Australian and international engineering projects that included bridges, dams, river diversions and open cut mining works.

Click below to view his FREE conference paper teaser!

 

 
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